Simon Muderack is appointed as CCO of Sigma Systems

Natalie Bannerman
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Former founder and CEO of Tribold, Simon Muderack is now chief commercial officer of Sigma Systems

Sigma Systems, a specialist in catalogue-driven software, has recently announced the appointment of Simon Muderack to chief commercial officer and executive vice president of the company. 

Speaking on his appointment Muderack said: “I am delighted to be taking on a larger role in Sigma’s global commercial expansion, with overall responsibility for working with existing and new customers and partners. It is clear from my conversations across the industry that a catalogue-driven approach to agile B/OSS is vital for communications service providers successfully transforming themselves into digital service providers.”

Muderack was the former founder and CEO of Tribold; the enterprise product management software company that was acquired by Sigma Systems back in 2013. After this acquisition Muderack was acting as senior vice president of market development and alliances at Sigma.

Tim Spencer, president and CEO at Sigma Systems, is also excited by the appointment, particularly bringing on-board Muderack’s prior experience in the B/OSS sector, adding: “It has been a pleasure working with Simon for the past four years as he has led the successful growth of our business in Europe and Asia. Simon’s move into this role allows us to make the best use of his extensive global experience in the B/OSS sector.”

Keith Willetts, founder of the TM Forum and a member of Sigma’s advisory board also commented on the news saying: “Simon’s high energy and enthusiasm combined with his 20 years’ experience in telecoms transformation make this a great role for him and Sigma’s communications, media, and high-tech customers.”